Lisabi Elite Association of Houston, Texas

Lisabi Elite Association is a registered non-profit organization consisting of indigenes of Abeokuta in Ogun State, Nigeria, West Africa. This 501C (3) association was formed in February 1992 by some illustrious sons and daughters of Egbaland with the intention to improve the well-being of their immediate communities here in the United States, and to better the lives of the less privilege in their motherland Abeokuta, Nigeria.

Every year, Lisabi Elite Association of Houston provide school supplies worth thousands of dollars to over 300 school students during her annual back to school drive here in Houston. The organization also partners with local charitable organizations in Houston and Egba National Association (ENA) USA/Canada in efforts to contribute to the needs of the less privileged.

Foundation Members

Notable among the founders of this great association are, Mrs. Kike Bello, (now one of the matrons, Mr. Wasiu Babs Tadeshe (the interim President) Mrs. Abosede Lawal, (the first Vice President) Mrs. Dolapo Ogedengbe, Mrs. Bola Olaiya Okuns, Mrs. Bimbo Adams, Mr. David Shorunke, Mr. Dayo Sowande, Mr. Sola Ojuromi, Mr. Lekan Adeniji, Mr. Tunde Alli, Late Alhaji Akeem Kolade, and Late Mrs. Mary Abioye.


To foster love, unity, and growth among Egba indigenes here in Houston Texas and to better the lives of the less privileged in Abeokuta.


  • To promote love, peace and welfare of one another.
  • To protect the cultural heritage of Egbaland in Houston Texas.
  • To positively impact the lives of the less privileged in Abeokuta and Egbaland.
  • To foster economic, social and educational development in Egbaland.
  • To help in the development and growth of Egbaland

Contact Information

Meeting Time

Date: Every last Sunday of the month
Time: 5 pm - 8 pm
Venue: Roving Members home